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Yoshi's Woolly Word review: Sewing up the platform genre
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Yoshi's Woolly Word review: Sewing up the platform genre

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In the hierarchy of Nintendo characters, Yoshi – the green, egg-laying dinosaur with a lizard-like tongue – may lack the superstar status of Mario, but he has always been irresistibly cute. Never more so than in his latest starring vehicle, Yoshi's... >>

Xbox at E3 2015 highlights, the games coming soon: Rise of the Tomb Raider, Halo 5 and more

Xbox at E3 2015 highlights, the games coming soon: Rise of the Tomb Raider, Halo 5 and more

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As Microsoft traditionally has its E3 press conference first thing on the Monday prior to the show, it is generally the one that leads the way with announcements. However, this year was different in that Bethesda had its first E3 press conference ever,... >>

10 gaming sequels absent from E3 2015: The Last Of Us 2, Portal 3 and more make our wishlist

10 gaming sequels absent from E3 2015: The Last Of Us 2, Portal 3 and more make our wishlist

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It's not that we're ungrateful. The E3 gaming expo was a bumper show in 2015, with oodles of top titles shown off and the promise of plenty more to come over coming months and year. But we're greedy. Yes Fallout 4, The Last Guardian, Dishonored 2, Ghost... >>

The surprise games of E3 2015: 11 unexpected gems from the world’s largest gaming expo

The surprise games of E3 2015: 11 unexpected gems from the world’s largest gaming expo

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One week since E3 2015 kicked off there's been time to reflect on the world's largest gaming expo. And there are a whole lot of exciting titles to take in and digest. It's all too easy to get swept up in the games that cost more than Hollywood blockbuster... >>

New Sony 1TB PS4 Ultimate Player Edition unveiled for release soon

New Sony 1TB PS4 Ultimate Player Edition unveiled for release soon

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E3 2015 is all wrapped up, but the gaming reveals have not. Sony has just announced a new PS4 that will have double the storage of the current model. The new Sony 1TB PS4 Ultimate Player Edition is the same as the current model in every way, except this... >>

Lego Dimensions preview: Disney Infinity and Skylanders should be bricking it

Lego Dimensions preview: Disney Infinity and Skylanders should be bricking it

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There's something about Lego that has stolen peoples' hearts the world over, from the bricks, to the games and even the recent movie. With the Lego Dimensions interactive game, publisher Warner is looking to steal something more: the space occupied by... >>

Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear sacking made Forza 6 a better game, says Dan Greenawalt

Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear sacking made Forza 6 a better game, says Dan Greenawalt

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Although BBC TV show Top Gear will still be a significant part of Forza Motorsport 6 when it is released on 15 September it will not feature new presenter Chris Evans. Nor will it feature the dulcet tones of disgraced ex-presenter Jeremy Clarkson, who... >>

Nyko has Xbox One gamers covered with its new Data Bank enclosure, Type Pad keyboard, and more (hands-on)

Nyko has Xbox One gamers covered with its new Data Bank enclosure, Type Pad keyboard, and more (hands-on)

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Nyko went to E3 2015 with a new lineup of peripherals, and because the company is ridiculously good at making useful and brilliant gaming accessories we actually need, we decided to stop by its stand to check out the new versions of the Nyko Data Bank... >>

Project Morpheus vs Oculus Rift: Which VR experience won E3 2015?

Project Morpheus vs Oculus Rift: Which VR experience won E3 2015?

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Although E3 2015 played host to some amazing games this year two things stole the show in our eyes, and both were virtual reality headsets that will be available to the public some time in the first half of 2016. Oculus finally revealed its consumer... >>

E3 2015: The entire show floor in pictures

E3 2015: The entire show floor in pictures

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E3 2015 is now over, and wow - what a week. Pocket-lint attended the conference in Los Angeles and saw everything from Charles Martinet (the dude who voices many of the characters in Super Mario) to tonnes of yet-to-be-released hardware on the show floor... >>